Green Reaper GR9 ,


Analog Modeled Vintage Overdrive Plugin. VST2, VST3, AU and AAX.

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Green Reaper GR9 is a faithful analog modeled simulation of the *Ibanez® Tube Screamer™ TS9, an historical overdrive pedal of the 1982.

Current version: v1.0 (June 2020)

The first incarnation of the Tube Screamer series, the TS-808, was first released in the 1979 and hand-wired by MAXON® engineers, who has been Ibanez’s production partners until 2002.
This pedal quickly became wildly popular due to its ability to deliver one of the smoothest and most responsive overdrive tones ever with just three controls. That’s why, still today, this is one of the most cloned and modified pedals ever.

We carefully modelled the original pedal and added some goodies, including several modified versions of the circuit, to further shape your guitar tone.


Green Reaper Specifications

  • Analog Modelled Overdrive
  • Drive, Tone and Level controls
  • Pre and Post effect gain
  • Mix control
  • Noise Gate
  • 12 different circuit types
  • “To Amp” output mode
  • Resizable interface

System Requirements


  • Windows 7 64bit or later
  • Intel i5 or higher
  • 2GB RAM
  • Screen resolution: 1024×768
  • VST2, VST3, AAX 64-bit host


  • OSX 10.8 or later
  • Intel i5 or higher
  • 2GB RAM
  • Screen resolution: 1024×768
  • VST2, VST3, AU, AAX 64-bit host

*All product names used in this website (www.audiority.com) are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Audiority. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Audiority’s sound model development. Ibanez is a registered trademark of Hoshino, Inc. Tube Screamer is a registered trademark of Hoshino Gakki Co. Ltd. MAXON is a registered trademark of Nisshin Onpa Co., Ltd.

In demo mode the plug-in will output silence for 3 seconds every minute.

Green Reaper v1.0 – Demo PC
Green Reaper v1.0 – Demo OSX
Green Reaper User Manual download

v1.0 (June 2020)
– Original release

3 reviews for Green Reaper GR9

  1. Dennis Trovato

    Dennis Trovato

    For reference, I’ve been using the Mercuriall TSC-808 Core for the longest time but now I must admit that I actually like the sound of this Green Reaper GR9 a little better. However I’ll probably keep using the Mercuriall more because of three reasons:

    1. Whose idea was it to design 85% of the GUI as a mostly blank area? Total waste of space if you ask me.
    2. The fact, that there’s so much unnecessary white makes it really straining on the eyes. Dark mode is king.
    3. For some reason this thing is super CPU hungry, especially in HQ mode. I probably couldn’t run three of these simultaniously.

    All these points also apply to the Heavy Pedal. If it weren’t for all this I’d use these plugins all the time because sound wise I like them alot.

    So yeah, 3 stars for the sound. With an update fixing those issues and improving the user experience I’d bump it up to a 5/5 right away.

  2. Horst Zankl

    I must admit that I never have been a big fan of TS pedals, although I liked the SD-1 to some extent. So I modified a SD-1 to more bass and exchanged the diodes to LED’s.

    The Green Reaper, especially in 316 and LAFF LED mode is the first pedal, which comes close to this sound. I really like the idea of implementing differently modded versions, and all sound good, very much depending on individual likes and with which other equipment you want to connect the pedal.

    Also very helpful I find the global control section, especially the “to amp” switch and the “mix” control, which allow better adjustment.

    The pedal also seems to work and harmonize well with some of my favourite amp sims, which is not always the case. Some gear sounds great alone or in specific combinations, but also can make things worse in other ones.

    I usually don’t use overdrive pedals very much, but this one seems to be able of improving the sound into a direction I like.

    As the different versions concept seems to work very well, maybe you also could release an OCD (with all versions from 1.1 to GE) or a Zendrive (with Zenkudo/Dumkudo mods, or even better switchable from Zendrive to Zendrive II or Mosferatu) somewhen.

    Thank you for this really good sounding plugin!

  3. Marcos Santana

    Marcos Santana

    This is 12 pedals in one (the original ts9 circuit + 11 mods/variants)…Unbelievable at this price.

    This pedal has been a staple on rock/metal recordings for decades.
    You NEED to have it in your arsenal. No discussion.

    A little feature request would be a “dark GUI mode” and some offline/render oversampling options…
    The plugin is already amazing but it would be a cherry on top xD

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